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Update your Binder’s Table of Contents with today’s date and key question Take out any work you are handing in Respond to this question: What do you think “separation of powers” means?. Do Now – Thursday , Oct. 3.

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do now thursday oct 3

Update your Binder’s Table of Contents with today’s date and key question

  • Take out any work you are handing in
  • Respond to this question:
  • What do you think “separation of powers” means?

Do Now – Thursday, Oct. 3

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separation of powers - dividing the power to govern between the executive, legislative, and judicial branches

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Cabinet – Advisors to the President

Executive Agencies – Government offices that report to the President

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Senate – the upper house of Congress, consisting of 100 members (two from each state)

House of Representatives – the lower house of Congress, with a different number of members from each state depending on the size of the state

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Veto – When the President rejects a law

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Budget – The government’s plan for how it will spend $

Impeach – Removing an official from office for misconduct

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